Have you ever heard of writers block? Here is a definition from Wikipedia which may give you some ideas:
Writer’s block is a condition, primarily associated with writing, in which an author loses the ability to produce new work, or experiences a creative slowdown. The condition ranges in difficulty from coming up with original ideas to being unable to produce a work for years. Throughout history, writer’s block has been a documented problem.
It will never be a problem for someone who understands Spiritual Rescue Technology.
How in the world can you run out of ideas when you have thousands of beings in your vicinity to draw upon? The most likely reason for writer’s block or any other creative block is that you think you are doing your creative activity by yourself and you have never acknowledged the spiritual help you have been getting. It is totally OK to assume that all of your thoughts are your own, until the day that you find that your creativity has dried up because you did not give credit where credit was due.
If you have been creative and have encountered what is called writers block, you may have been the recipient of a flood of creative ideas and your task was mainly to pick out the best to put into action. If you get an incorrect idea of your own contribution and believe you were the be all and end all of this creative flood, you will come down hard when your spiritual companions go on a break.
Solo Spiritual Rescue Technology (SRT) sessions enable you to learn how to communicate with the spirits who surround you. If you can communicate with someone, you can help them and they can help you.
If you are only pretending or hoping to communicate with spirits, you are missing out on the sheer joy of discovering how much fun the spiritual connection can be. Daily solo sessions help you sharpen your spiritual communication skills until you begin to recognize that many of the thoughts that drift across your consciousness are being shared with you by other beings.
The simplest form of solo SRT session is to sit down with pen and paper and clear your mind and ask your spirits for suggestions. Write down every thought that crosses your mind until the flow of thoughts stops. This practice has been in use for hundreds of years and has been called automatic writing or spirit writing. It is one of the simplest ways for your spiritual partners to communicate with you.
There is much more that can be learned about solo sessions and this will be covered in some videos I am about to release. Until then, search the SRT Discussion Group on Facebook for more details about solo sessions and creating ideal scenes.
David St Lawrence